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Nov 8, 2012 4:00am EST
talk about the october surprise before the elections. this year maybe it was super storm sandy. in china, it seems to be the emergence of the one seen behind of scenes as pulling the strings here. you can explain to people why we're suddenly talking about him and what his importance is? >> even though the people's republic is 63 years old, they don't really have a system in place for succession. mao was leader for life until he died. and then his successor was again a strong man, he was not the president, not a prime minister, not a party general secretary, but he was the ultimate leader. and he decided that min would take over after him and then hugh engine you take you. thousand he's gone. there's nobody around, nobody from the first generation could decide who the next leader will be. so it's the current generation of leaders who have to decide for themselves how they will be succeeded. and this is a totally new experience for china. >> and it's also an experience that the rest of asia is watching very closely. as you say, despite the global media attention very much big on
CNBC
Nov 12, 2012 4:00am EST
. the market cap of australia's top insurer eroded on news that losses from super storm sandy will cut deeply into its bottom line. qb says it's now looking to raise half a bell i don't know dollars in debt to make up for around 300 to $450 million in losses from u.s. storm damage. the insurer still expects 30% more annual profit than last year, but it's a big step down from the strong profit picture painted through the first half. more corporate earnings there japan. in the philippines, ayala third quarter figure. i said i can't, malaysia and singapore markets closed to celebrate the festival of lights. >>> still to come, this week's installment of our trade links special. we'll talk about the challenges of building a start up abroad with the founder of the eco-friendly diaper company. >>> establishing a business can be a daunting task particularly to start ups and small businesses as the founders of an eco-friendly diaper company found out. kelly started asking by what challenges they encountered when they decided to move their business from australia to the united states. >> there was a ve
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